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Do you feel a lot of relaxation when you see the picture below?
Studies have proven that house plants improve concentration and productivity (by up to 15%), reduce stress levels, and boost your mood. Houseplants are good for your health — and not just for their visual beauty. It not only freshens up the air, but also eliminates harmful toxins. You will start to notice improvements to your health, and overall happiness. As well as enhancing your mood and creating a living space that is soothing to be in, plants can also help with loneliness and depression.
Seeing greenery and nature help us feel more relaxed and calm, which in turn benefits your every day mood. Indoor plants serve a practical and aesthetic purpose, and will enhance your life. Do you know how to choose the house plant?
1.Research which plants are best suited for your environment.--- Including sunshine, precipitation, soil, climate, temperature, etc.
Depending on where you live, it may be better to choose plants that can withstand hotter or colder temperatures. For climates with temperatures that are consistently higher, focus on The lower temperatures, focus on plants that can survive the cold, such as a Siberian Iris or Lily of the Valley.
2.Determine what kind of garden flower pot you will use---Decide if you want an open or solid basket. Consider if you have time to devote to watering your hanging plants every day. Open baskets are better suited for plants that require maintenance and care every day, whereas solid baskets may be better for plants that require less attention to thrive.
3.Choose the plant---what kinds of plants that go well in hanging baskets? Some love to grow vegetable plants while other loves growing colorful flowering plants in it. A good way of arranging plants in a wide hanging basket is to place large plants first and then tuck in small flowering plants around them and trailing plants at the edge. Let’s have a look at the best fitting plants for hanging baskets.
It prefer humid temperatures but tolerate lower humidities. Their feathery fronds make them a beautiful sight. Boston ferns are great for purifying the air and are safe for pets, so they’re a great plant to keep in the bedroom or living room.
It grows purple leaves underneath its light green foliage. This is the perfect plant to keep in the living room because of their charming, feathery fronds. Keep these in a humid and evenly lit spot in your home.
It is fairly inexpensive to buy a 12 inch Monstera and it grows quickly, so you could get some easy height and beautiful leaves in under 3 months.
Ivy is almost indestructible and has a good telltale sign when it needs watering as the leaves will look limp and soft.